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This movie is part of the collection: Prelinger Archives
Producer: Handy (Jam) Organization
Sponsor: General Motors Corporation, Public Relations Department
Audio/Visual: sound, color
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Subject: Safety Patrol II
Almost the exact same movie that they made in 1937 only now, part of the scenes are on the NW side of Detroit (Curtis St) and some scenes appear to be of Woodward Ave amd environs.
The best part is that again...its an almost identical freckle faced 10 year old with a Long Island accent. "Catty corner? In Detroit it was always "Kitty corner." "Pauked cawhs" Ha ha.
In the 18 years hence, a double soda went from 15 cents to 35 cents. But pedestrian safety stayed the same...just about word for word.